Fair Isle jumper from Shetland Museum Knitwear Collection. Shetland label at neck. Tex 1990 - 541. Over the past week, I have been looking at Shetland knitting after seeing some of the incredible items in one of my knitting magazines. I have done Fair Isle knitting in the past and do stranded knitting quite a... Continue Reading →
Thought I would share some photos of Jack M's dad's dog. He is gorgeous, but I feel, starved of affection. He was great company for M whilst he was there. We will miss him loads, and were quite tempted to sneak him back with us, our girls would have loved him. His KC name is... Continue Reading →
The days were filled with rain and dark skies apart from one day, when I managed to take a few good photos of the lake.
On our way home we decided to take a pic of us and Angelo before driving on to the ship. Made me smile.
M came back on Friday night, me and the girls could not wait to collect him from the airport. His flight was due to land at 6:50pm and the wheels hit the tarmac at 6:30. Luckily I was not too far and was there when the disabled assistance brought him out to me. We were... Continue Reading →
M's mum was buried today, and although I was not able to be there with him on this very sad day, I was able to watch the Requiem Mass live as the church broadcast it for those of us who could not be there. It was a lovely service and the priest made me laugh... Continue Reading →
https://videopress.com/v/pWsUCXTt?preloadContent=metadata Sadly M's mum passed away this morning just after 9am. You can shed tears that she is goneOr you can smile because she has lived. She will always be remembered in our hearts. Although she was not my mum, she was a mum to me for the 21 years I knew her. Goodnight dear... Continue Reading →
... for fools and idiots. This last week has proved that to me, and I really cannot bear that people can be so shitty. The point, in fact, M's sister (two-faced bitch) decided to start talking after her husband berated her about it, but only because of this. She has talked to me, and I... Continue Reading →
We are here again, but not on a pleasure trip. M's mum is very ill, and it looks like she is at the end of her life. The nursing home had in the acute care team to see her and treat her, but in reality, this team is usually the end of life care team,... Continue Reading →